|Max Linder in: Max on the briny (Max a Monaco), 1914|
"An exceedingly funny comedy written and acted by Max Linder, showing the extremely ludicrous adventures of an intoxicated man aboard a yacht. It is burlesque comedy of the lowest order, but absolutely clean and without the slightest trace of vulgarity. Laughable from start to finish. E." (The New York Dramatic Mirror, April 21, 1915). Premiered in Berlin on July 31, 1914, released in the US on May 5, 1915.
Keywords: Silent; comedy; Max Linder; Pathe Freres; 1914; French; Monaco; Monte-Carlo; Drunk act
|Max Linder in: Max takes tonics (Victime du quinquina), 1911|
Another Pathe-comedy with Max Linder. This is one of his best and one of his better known comedies. It was written by Maurice Delamare and and has Gabrielle Lange in a supporting role as the wife of a general. The picture premiered in Paris on December 15, 1911 and was released in the United States on July 12, 1912. More information at: www.maxlinder.de
Keywords: Silent; comedy; Max Linder; Pathe Freres; 1911; French; Tonic; Quinquina; Drunk act